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The dynamics between tourism and mobility are analyzed in this paper taking account of the changes the tourism sector is undergoing. This paper has been presented in the framework of High Level...

The relationship between the tourism sector, Information and Communications Technologies, and mobility are analyzed in this paper. It has been presented in the framework of High Level Trainings on...

17-18 September 2019 Malaga, Spain: sharing challenges & developing solutions to design the future of the med urban transports community

Within the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities, a workshop focused on the empowerment of territories for a more sustainable future for the Mediterranean was organized. Learn more on...

Renewal until 2022 for the Urban Transports Community!

Discover the replication manual developed by GO SUMP for the Interreg Med Urban Transport Community!

The Urban Transports Community took part in the Interreg MED Piazza in the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities 2019, on the 9th of October 2019.

The Mediterranean Region has specific features like climate and biodiversity and all regions facing the Mediterranean Sea are concerned by intense vehicular traffic and by increasing tourism activity....

Mediterranean port cities have a strategic value for Europe as they connect Europe with Africa and Asia. However, the port-generated traffic needs to be better planned to unlock the full potential of...

High-density areas surrounding the city centres with commercial and directional roads suffer from chronic traffic jams to the point of becoming wounds in the connectivity of the widespread city and...